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The Caravan (2015)

A dying mothers plans a reconciliation with her husband and son after her death.

Director:

Simon Powell

Writers:

Chris Green, Simon Powell (Additional Writing By)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Mark Sheals ... Keith Langley
Darren Connolly Darren Connolly ... James Langley
Shirley Henderson ... Elaine
Jim Cartwright Jim Cartwright ... Eric
Katherine Rose Morley ... Shelly
Perry Fitzpatrick Perry Fitzpatrick ... Donald
Karen Hassan ... Becky
Paul Hurstfield ... Carter
Gemma North ... Georgina
Wendy Patterson ... Jean
Julian Gorman Julian Gorman ... John
Jonathan Ojinnaka ... Danny
Dennis Blanch Dennis Blanch ... Bob
Louie Connoly Louie Connoly ... Young James
Claudia Mirallegro Claudia Mirallegro ... Receptionist
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Storyline

When Georgina Langley succumbs to Cancer, she leaves behind a will asking warring husband Keith and son James to restore the family caravan that has lapsed into a state of disrepair on a bleak Welsh coast Caravan Park. For two men who can't stand to be in the same room together, it's going to be a tough job and when a new woman comes into Keith's life James reacts badly, leading to a showdown that unearths a long buried secret. Written by E Rastelli-Lewis

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Genres:

Drama | Family

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 March 2015 (UK) See more »

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Budget:

£250,000 (estimated)
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Uprising Features See more »
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Color
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Well worth watching
6 October 2015 | by mikebrennan-98969See all my reviews

I watched this film with my mother and it is a emotionally charged film about the strained relationship between a father and son. The film location give the film a real sense of atmosphere and the lead actors Darren Connolly and Mark Sheals give a dramatic performance in what is their first collaboration.Sometimes slow moving but nevertheless full of tension, drama and warmth. Not only did Darren Connolly and Mark Sheals star in this film they thought of, co developed,produced and exec produced it. For first time film makers they have actually produced a film that stands on its own merits and I look forward to their next feature. Highly recommended


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